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Wolfgang Puck has done it again! Fixed atop Dallas's Reunion Tower, 560 feet (171 meters) above ground, the skyline views and Asian-influenced menu at this fine-dining restaurant really bring you closer to heaven. Executive Chef Sara Johannes recreates Puck's signature style and flair, with Eastern touches kissing every dish that leaves the kitchen. Starters like sautéed crabcakes with red Thai vinaigrette and mango relish are only a taste of what's in store. Select from an endless variety of the freshest fish meticulously prepared with an assortment of Asian fusion sauces and relishes or offered sashimi-style, or savor the most artfully-presented tender cuts of meat. Whatever your indulgence, you know you're in the best of hands at Wolfgang Puck's fine dining endeavor in Dallas—fellow celebrity diners will agree!
Located at Hotel Zaza, Dragonfly is one of the city's finest restaurants. Chef Dan Landsberg is known for his culinary skills and this restaurant has won the People's Choice Award 2003. Its drinks menu is as innovative as the global dinner menu, which features dishes like Ginger-Glazed Beef Tenderloin and Lamb Chop Lollipops. Head to the Urban Oasis terrace after dinner and enjoy the Dallas skyline while sipping on some Cognac.
This upscale steakhouse in Dallas is known for its savory menu of classic American fare, steak, lobster and, famously, complimentary caviar. The impressive wine list boasts over 450 varieties for you to sip on while enjoying the soothing ambient sounds of the resident grand piano. After enjoying your prime-aged rib eye or filet mignon, you can finish off the evening with an artisan cheese plate, espresso, or a signature chocolate molten soufflé.
Abacus offers an elegant dining experience. This exquisite, upscale restaurant is rich with cherry woods and decorated with mustard, eggplant and pomegranate colors. The service you will receive is polished and helpful without being too formal. Abacus has created a menu of favorites including Guisada (tender tamale with beef sirloin), Grilled Beef Medallions (with seared foie gras and a madeira glaze), and Pan-seared Walleye Pike (with spicy whipped potatoes).
A classic steak and seafood house with beautiful architecture, Cafe Pacific looks like it should be in Boston. Located in historic Highland Park Village, you'll find elegant dining in a picturesque, upscale shopping village. It's a splendid place for special occasions or business dinners. Lobster is a specialty here, but so are a variety of steak dishes. Daily seafood specials are always a worthwhile detour from the norm.